When I was growing up, my family rarely missed dinner together. Regardless of how busy we were, my mom was adamant that we should spend every dinner around the table enjoying our meals together. If we had to eat late because of some after-school event or errand, then we ate late — but at least we did it as a family. ... CONTINUE READING
You’ll find a lot of stereotypes and assumptions about prenuptial (prenup) agreements. They’re seen as unromantic or as a sign that the two parties don’t believe the relationship will last. In reality, prenups are a great way to create a strong foundation for your marriage; they bring up important financial topics many couples avoid because they can be uncomfortable to talk about. Since financial issues are the leading cause of divorce, addressing these issues prior to marriage is a good idea. ... CONTINUE READING
It’s Time to Diversify Your Banking!
You’ve probably heard the expression, “Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.” But what about “Don’t put all of your dollars in one bank”? Banking at a single institution is the default for most people, but just because something is the typical strategy doesn’t mean it’s the best one for you! Here are five reasons to consider taking the road less traveled. ... CONTINUE READING